Not looking crash hot for the NSW region this afternoon…
Following yesterday’s dust storms, today’s rain (and hail) also sweep through NSW to dampen production from solar farms – small and large.
All I have time to do today, looking into more detail of what happened today …. but note that the challenge is still unfolding.
A quick summary of what’s just happened this afternoon (15:10) with the separation of VIC-to-NSW interconnector due to bushfires that have been plaguing the NEM this summer…
Taking a brief (well, actually longer than intended) look into the various factors that delivered a price spike above $10,000/MWh on Thursday 31st January in NSW – and thinking through the implications for one particular Demand Response client, and for the broader market.
Following on from Saturday’s islanding event, we use our current interest in AEMO’s 4-second SCADA data to prove a little more…
Looks like being an interesting day on Wednesday next week (14th February 2018) with high temperatures currently forecast for parts of both QLD and NSW
A quick look at the scale of the challenge, if Mt Piper were to be forced to close following a court challenge to coal supplies upstream
Here’s an update on the situation in NSW
… whilst on the topic of load shedding, here’s a warning for NSW on Friday afternoon.
Demand rose in NSW today off the back of some hot weather
NSW experiences its highest electricity demand so far this summer as a result of the hot weather
NSW demand rises (somewhat) today
Today was the turn for NSW to feel the heat – with demand rising and supplies stretched as a result.
So the winner for “best NSW peak demand forecaster” for summer 2014-15 is…
Continuing the theme started last week, today we look at what the peak NEM-wide demand was for “extended summer” 2014-15.
What do the forecasts received for peak NSW demand this summer tell us about the various debates currently underway in terms of network regulation and industry transformation?